An essential part of self-supply is certainly growing food at home, in gardens and fields. Homemade (organic) food is much healthier, and its production has a negligible negative impact on the environment. By growing our own food, we prevent the introduction of monocultures that destroy the natural balance and resist multinational companies that aggressively penetrate the European market. The importance of self-supply was demonstrated precisely during the COVID-19 pandemic, the consequences of which will most likely be visible in the future. With self-supply, we contribute to balancing the family budget, strengthen mental and physical health, and take care of the environment. By supporting local food production, we preserve jobs and enable rural development. Last but not least, locally produced food empowers the country to be self-determined and to have food sovereignty.